John Mayall (Macclesfield, UK, 1933) is one of the most veteran working musicians in the world. An important musician who will enter the history books as the forerunner to English blues together with Alexis Korner. He is now organising a European tour to relive his greatest hits and present some new songs
Mayall formed his first band, The Powerhouse Four, in 1955, but it was later on, with The Bluesbreakers, that he rose to international fame as a symbol of the blues. In this band, he also worked with the likes of Eric Clapton, Peter Green and Mick Taylor.
Now, with his four-piece band, comprised of Rocky Athas, Greg Rzab and Jay Davenport, the British artist notches up an unassailable number of concerts every year. And even though he has over thirty records to his name, Mayall is still making music with the same verve as when he started out, striving to renew and refresh the essence of blues through incredible melodies and powerful live performances.
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